The fabrication specialist, which is part of the Manufacturing Assembly Network (MAN), has seen turnover rise to £14m after it started work on the Siemens’ Alpha project.
After investing £485,000 in new technology for the project, the increased workload has led to plans for further investment scheduled for 2017.
Mec Com’s success has been based on a commitment to investing in the latest machinery and in building a global supply network that includes a sister plant in Cluj Napoca and manufacturing agreements in China.
Richard Bunce, managing director, said: “We currently offer fabrication, coil winding, general machining, final assembly and test and are continually adding to the services we can provide our customers.
“Making sure we have the right people and the right equipment is absolutely crucial and this is reflected in the recent installation of our new fibre laser.”
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